Washington County Jail

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Washington County is located in the central Panhandle of Florida. The county was created in 1925 and was originally almost twice the size of the state of Delaware. Numerous other counties were carved from it, leaving it with a current area of 616 square miles. Named for George Washington, the county is an area of rolling hills covered with pine and hardwood forests.The Choctawhatchee River forms the western border. Forestry, mining, and agriculture continue to be important in the county’s economy. Nearly 19% of the residents are below the poverty line. Chipley is the largest municipality and county seat. It is named for a railroad executive and state senator.

As of the 2010 census, the population was 24,935. White non-Hispanics make up nearly 79% of the population. About 15% of the residents are Black, with almost 3% Hispanic or Latino. A little over 1% of the county’s population is Native American.

The Washington County Jail is located at 1100 Brickyard Road, Chipley, Florida 32428. The facility is under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. In early 2016, the website was under construction, so very little information was available online; however, that may have improved. To inquire about an inmate, visitation schedule, or jail regulations, call the facility at 850-638-6110.

The Florida Department of Corrections operates the Northwest Florida Reception Center, formerly the Washington Correctional Institution. It is located at 4455 Sam Mitchell Drive, Chipley, Florida 32428. Opened in 1994, the 1,303-bed facility houses adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Adult basic education, GED, and literacy courses are available to inmates. To get more information about the facility or to inquire about a specific inmate, visit the Florida Department of Corrections website or call the Center at 850-773-6100.

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Washington County Jail Address: 1293 JACKSON AVENUE, BLDG 200 CHIPLEY FL 32428

Washington County Sheriff's Office

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Washington County Sheriff's Office24 ago
FROM THE WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE:

May 27, 2018
11:00AM

As Subtropical Storm ALBERTO approaches the Gulf Coast and transitions to a Tropical Storm, Washington County has been placed under a FLASH FLOOD WATCH and a TROPICAL STORM WARNING.
4-8" of rain is likely through Tuesday and as stronger rain bands move through, higher amounts are possible creating flash flooding in some areas of the county. Rain from Alberto will begin this afternoon and continue through Monday evening.

Winds will increase through the afternoon and evening hours into Monday. Sustained Tropical Storm Force Winds of 40 mph are expected with higher gusts possible.

The tornado threat will increase this afternoon into Monday morning.

River flooding is likely beginning Tuesday and through the rest of the work week.

The tornado threat will be increasing this afternoon but more significant after midnight into Monday morning.

The biggest impacts to Washington County from Tropical Storm Alberto is the possibility of flash flooding, river flooding, and isolated tornadoes. Therefore, there are no plans to open Hurricane Shelters. If you feel you are not safe in your home, we encourage you to make arrangements to stay with friends or family in a more secure home or outside the warning area all together.

Take precautionary measures now to protect your property and consider the possibility of extended power/phone outages for the next 24-72 hours. Have food, water, adequate medicine/medical supplies, fuel for your vehicle, flashlights and batteries.

When winds reach a sustained 45 mph, most high profile vehicles (including emergency vehicles) are not available for response.
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Washington County Sheriff's Office21 hours ago
Nothing like #SaturdayShenanigans with the #WCSO family at softball practice 💚💛🚔⚾️💚💛 Come see the game this Saturday June 2nd 9am at Pal’s Park.

#deputy #washcokindalove #softball #lesm #lawenforcement #sheriff #deputysheriff #saturday #enforcers #leo #engaged
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Washington County Sheriff's Office
Washington County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
CONGRATULATIONS to Vernon High School (Vernon, Florida)'s graduating CLASS OF 2018!!!

WE ARE HONORED TO BE CELEBRATING YOU TODAY!

We are very proud of each and every one of you! The road you choose from here will set your path for the rest of your lives. Always remember that life is forever changing. The way that you handle those changes and the challenges you will face is up to you. Your choices are ALWAYS the deciding factor in how life will impact you directly.

My door is always open to each of you.

Sheriff Kevin Crews

It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are - E.E. Cummings
Washington County Sheriff's Office
Washington County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
REMINDER!! 😁

WCSO has two designated SAFE EXCHANGE ZONE parking spaces that have 24-hour video surveillance for your use.

We encourage anyone who is conducting internet transaction exchanges to utilize the space to ensure your safety. It is also a designated space for child custody exchanges.

The spaces are located in the parking lot near Third Street.
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Washington County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
Chipley High School/Home of the Tigers Seniors... TODAY IS YOUR DAY!! 🐯💙💛🐯

We wish you the BEST as you begin a new and wonderful journey.

Dr. Suess said it best when he said, “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”

Cherish this time with your fellow classmates, teachers, and most importantly your families. They’ve worked hard to get some of you here 😋.

“I am very proud of the graduating students in our county. As they begin this new chapter in life, I hope they always remember where they came from and never give up on their dreams of where they want to go,” Sheriff Kevin Crews.
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Washington County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
***COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION ALERT***

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This Notification Alert is being sent due to an address change for the listed registered sexual predator. Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact our office.